The area, the ancient kingdom of Badenoch , is currently being promoted as Monarch of the Glen Country , after the BBC series. Many locations associated with the fictional 'Glenbogle' are on the doorstep, including the main house, Ardverikie.
Often overlooked for its own special features Laggan has always served as a staging post for those travelling to The Isle of Skye and the West Coast from further south, or to the north via the Corrieyarack Pass (still open to walkers and bikers)
Trains and coaches : Newtonmore (6 miles) and Kingussie (8 miles) are stops on all major services between Edinburgh/Glasgow and Inverness (including a sleeper service from Kings X, London ). Visit the Scotrail website for more train travel details.
By Car : take the A9 north from Perth towards Inverness , turn off at Dalwhinnie and follow the signs to Laggan and Fort William. We are well signed at the side of the road after 7 miles before reaching Laggan bridge and the A86.
For any general travel/timetable enquiries, there is a nationwide travel information service available, called Traveline Scotland. This website gives access to information about all rail, coach, bus, ferry and internal air services in Scotland. Alternatively, telephone 0870 608 2608. All calls will be charged at the national rate.
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